As part of its 70th anniversary celebration, AAUW Port Townsend and its affiliate, the University Women’s Foundation of Jefferson County (UWF), are providing scholarships and awards totaling over $70,000 to 43 women and girls from East Jefferson County. The award-winning scholars include university, college, high school, and middle school students for the 2018/19 academic year.
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UWF Scholarship Committee
P.O. Box 644
Port Townsend WA 98368
Information and Criteria for Scholarships – Read below
Starting academic year 2017/2018, we have a new Constance Anna Pash Scholarship, CAP, generously funded by AAUW PT member Virginia Thompson in honor of her mother. It will be awarded as a $2,500 non-endowed scholarship in 2018 and thereafter be an endowed scholarship for students who are already in college pursuing STEM degrees with an emphasis on math. Read more about these generous women. See Criteria for award.
Elmira K. Beyer Endowed Scholarship fund, allows up to $11,000 scholarships for completing at least one year of university study (AP and similar courses taken in high school do not count). Read more about Elmira Beyer. See Criteria for award
The UWF Environmental Scholarship is awarded to a woman who plans to study environmental science with an interest in climate change. See Criteria for award
PLEASE NOTE that high school senior women wishing to apply for both a high school scholarship and the Lisa Painter or the Environmental Scholarship must submit TWO applications. In your application(s), please identify the scholarship(s) for which you wish to apply; do not submit more than one version of the application labelled “Endowed and related scholarships”. Your application(s) will be considered for all scholarships for which you appear to be eligible.
No person may win more than one UWF scholarship in any one year.
Finalists are notified in late March and may be asked to interview in early April. Winners are notified in late April and invited to attend the UWF Scholars Recognition Meeting in May.
Read about our prior winners